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EIC Publications

  1. Aschenauer, E. (2022). EpIC: novel Monte Carlo generator for exclusive processes. European Physical Journal C
  2. Xu, D. (2022). Combined effects of crab dispersion and momentum dispersion in colliders with local crab crossing scheme. Physical Review Accelerators and Beams
  3. Tezgin, K. (2022). 2D energy-momentum tensor distributions of nucleon in a large-Nc quark model from ultrarelativistic to nonrelativistic limit. Physical Review D
  4. Cai, Y. & Berg, J. (2022). Optimization of chromatic optics in the electron storage ring of the Electron-Ion Collider. Physical Review Accelerators and Beams, 25(7)
  5. Tu, Z. (2022). BeAGLE: Benchmark eA Generator for LEptoproduction in high energy lepton-nucleus collisions. Physical Review D
  6. Bruning, O. & Verdu-Andres, S. (2022). Electron-hadron colliders: EIC, LHeC, and FCC-eh. Frontiers in Physics
  7. Tu, Z. (2022). Grey Tracks as Probes of Hadronization Dynamics. Physical Review C
  8. Jentsch, A. (2022). Measuring Recoiling Nucleons from the Nucleus with the Electron Ion Collider. Physical Review C
  9. Xiao, B. (2022). Correction of crosstalk effect in the low energy RHIC electron cooler booster cavity. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A
  10. Wang, E. (2022). High voltage dc gun for high intensity polarized electron source. Physical Review Accelerators and Beams
  11. Adam, J. (2022). GETaLM: A generator for electron tagger and luminosity monitor for electron -proton and ion collisions. Computer Physics Communications
  12. Bassi, G. (2022). Coupled-bunch instability for arbitrary multi-bunch configurations. Physical Review Accelerators & Beams
  13. Gao, Y. (2022). Bayesian optimization experiment for trajectory alignment at the low energy RHIC electron cooling system. Physical Review Accelerators and Beams, 25(1)
  14. Jentsch, A. (2021). Deep-inelastic electron-deuteron scattering with spectator nucleon tagging at the electron-ion collider. Extracting free nucleon structure. Physical Review C
  16. Xiao, B. (2021). Anomalous Skin Effect Study Of Normal Conducting Film.
  17. Xiao, B. (2021). Hom Damper Design For BNL EIC 197Mhz Crab Cavity.
  18. Blednykh, A. (2021). Impedance modeling and its application to the analysis of the collective effects. Physical Review Accelerators and Beams
  19. Zhao, H. (2021). Rate redistribution in dispersive electron cooling. Physical Review Accelerators and Beams
  20. Chang, W. (2021). Investigation of the background in coherent J/ψ production at the EIC. Physical Review D
  21. Calaga, R. & Wu, Q. (2021). First demonstration of the use of crab cavities on Hadron Beams. American Physical Society
  22. Weiss, D. (2021). EIC Hadron Beamline Vacuum Studies. JACoW Conference Proceedings
  23. Xu, D. (2021). Synchrobetatron resonance of crab crossing scheme with large crossing angle and finite bunch length. Physical Review Accelerators and Beams
  24. Blednykh, A. (2021). NSLS-II Longitudinal Impedance Budget. Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A.
  25. Wang, E. (2021). Long lifetime of bialkali photocathodes operating in high gradient Superconducting Radio Frequency gun. Scientific Reports
  26. Willeke, F. (2021). Electron Ion Collider Conceptual Design Report 2021.
  27. Baryshev, S. & Wang, E. (2021). Cryogenic Operation of Planar Ultrananocrystalline Diamond Field Emission Source in SRF Injector. Applied Physics Letters, 118
  28. Seletskiy, S. (2021). Obtaining transverse cooling with nonmagnetized electron beam. Physical Review Accelerators and Beams, 23
  29. Guryn, W. (2021). From Elastic Scattering to Central Exclusive Production: Physics with Forward Protons at RHIC. Acta Physica Polonica B
  30. Yeck, J. (2021). Lessons for delivering big science projects. Nature Reviews Physics , 3(1), 2-3

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